Կայիոսի Յոււլիոսի Կեսարու Յիշատակարանք գալլիական պատերազմին [Gaius Julius Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic War]. This is an Armenian translation, made by Arsen Komitas Bagratuni (Venice, 1874), in 259 pdf pages, of Julius Caesar's firsthand account of his nine years of fighting Germanic and Celtic tribes in what is today France, Belgium, Switzerland, and Germany. Julius Caesar (B.C. 100-44) was a general, statesman, and (depending on the perspective) butcher. His career took him from military man, to dictator (B.C. 49-44) in the Roman Republic, and his activities transformed the Roman Republic into the Roman Empire. He wrote the Commentaries in the third person singular, perhaps appropriate for a man deified after his death (by assassination). Attached to the Armenian document is H. J. Edwards' Loeb edition with alternating Latin and English pages. Compiled by Robert Bedrosian.